C#

C#

Main language for writing code in .NET.

C# is the main language for writing code in .NET.

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Beyond Relational With Entity Framework
Giorgi Dalakishvili

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JetBrains .NET Day Online 2023
Session recordings of JetBrains .NET Day Online 2023.

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Use collection initializers
Update and initialize items in old collection declarations

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Rename refactoring
Would a variable by any other name read as clearly?

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Extract method refactoring
Split and Organize code into DRY, discrete units.

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Inline method refactoring
Replace usages of a function with its implementation.

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Solution-Wide Analysis
Find and resolve code issues in your projects.

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Exploring Code Analysis Results
Find code quality issues that matter and need your attention.

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What is Solution-Wide Analysis?
An introduction to Solution-Wide Analysis in ReSharper and Rider.

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Fixing Warnings and Errors
Automatically resolve inspections using quick fixes.

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Blazor Essentials
Learn how to build a basic application with Blazor.

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Why is ReSharper/Rider suggesting this?
ReSharper and Rider help you learn existing and new features of .NET!

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C# 11 - Required Keyword
Introducing the required keyword for fields and properties.

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C# 11 - Raw strings
There is no escape!

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JetBrains .NET Days Online 2022
Session recordings of JetBrains .NET Days Online 2022.

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Debugging For ReSharper Users
Learn the basics of the Rider debugger from a Visual Studio + ReSharper user's perspective.

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Getting Started
Learn to create and run your first solution in Rider

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C# Source Generators in Action
Andrey Dyatlov

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Working With Databases
Effectively working with databases in Rider from a Visual Studio + ReSharper user's perspective.

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NuGet Package Management
Learn the basics of the Rider's NuGet Tool Window from a Visual Studio + ReSharper user's perspective.

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Plugins
Learn the basics of the Rider plugin marketplace from a Visual Studio + ReSharper user's perspective.

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Unit Testing For ReSharper Users
Learn the basics of the unit testing in Rider from a Visual Studio + ReSharper user's perspective.

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Working With IIS and IIS Express
Effectively working with ASP.NET Core and IIS in Rider from a Visual Studio + ReSharper user's perspective.

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Code Formatting
Format and reformat code for consistency in your solution.

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Debugging Applications with ReSharper
What is your code doing? Identify problematic code, and run code step-by-step with the debugger.

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Introduction
Introduction to the ReSharper Essentials series.

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Inspections and Quick-Fixes in ReSharper
Helping you write better code, faster, and automatically fixes code issues.

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Navigating Code with ReSharper
Let's look at some fast and easy ways to navigate around a code base.

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Shortcuts, Editing and Code Completion
Let's dive into the most important productivity shortcuts, editing, and code completion.

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Refactoring Code with ReSharper
How to safely refactor code, without breaking the build? Let's have a look.

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Additional Tools
There's more in ReSharper! Architecture diagrams, localization manager, build tools, ...

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Writing and Running Unit Tests with ReSharper
Run, debug and profile tests, do continuous testing, and inspect code coverage.

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Comparing Rider's Toolbar with Visual Studio
Learn how Rider's toolbar UI compares with the toolbar found in Visual Studio.

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.NET Localization
Localization and the art of reaching more users

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Debugging code with Rider
Examine the runtime behavior of your application, identify problematic code, run through code step by step.

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Cloud (Azure) in Rider
Using the Azure plugin in Rider, and working with Azure Functions.

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Customize the Look and Feel of Rider
Customize the look and feel of Rider, and make the editor work the way you want.

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Inspections and Quick-Fixes in Rider
Dive into inspections and quick-fixes, nullability inspections, the Heap Allocations Viewer plugin, and more!

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Introduction
Introduction to the Rider Essentials series.

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Navigation in a code base with Rider
How to navigate around a code base? Let's look at some easy ways of doing so.

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Refactoring code in Rider
Learn how to safely refactor code, without breaking the build.

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NuGet Tool Window in Rider
Working with NuGet, including search with typos, CamelHumps, Update All, and more!

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Shortcuts, Editing, and Completion in Rider
Where to start? Let's learn the two most important shortcuts, editing, and code completion.

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Unit Testing with Rider
Learn how Rider can help make sure code behaves as expected, with continuous testing and code coverage.

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Version Control in Rider
Working with Git, commit code, rebase and switch branches. Let's explore version control (VCS)!

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Conclusion - Profiling in Rider
What have we learned? Profiling, profiler modes, optimizing code, DPA, and more. Let's summarize!

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Dynamic Program Analysis (DPA)
Rider automatically analyzes memory of your applications, all the time!

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Introduction to Profiling in Rider
Let's run a first profiling session on a Sudoku solver sample application.

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Optimize Performance with Rider
Let's try to optimize the Sudoku solver by profiling, and then optimizing code based on the performance snapshot.

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Profiling Modes
What are the differences between Sampling, Tracing, Line-by-Line, and Timeline profiling?

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The Basics Series
A set of short basic walkthroughs of different .NET technologies